• Annwn

    Annwn 

    A story that happened in another world.

  • Aqua

    Aqua – A Symphony Of Life

    Our adventurous journey below the waterline.

  • The Urban Files

    The Urban Files

    A gloomy breeze roams the streets of the city. Monstrous shadows creep across eyeless windows. Night has fallen, and it is raining. 

    Music Inspired By The Dresden Files

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    Der Cthulhu Soundtrack Wir schreiben das Jahr 1933. Eine unerschrockene Forschungsexpedition bricht ins ewige Eis der Antarktis auf, um ihre letzten Geheimnisse freizulegen. Doch was die Forscher finden, übersteigt die menschliche Vorstellungskraft. So wecken die Forscher ungewollt ein Grauen auf, das besser unter ewigem Eis verborgen geblieben wäre......

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    The Otherworld ANNWN. A story that happened in another world, has thrilled us long ago and has guided Erdenstern on its musical tracks. DIGITAL on BANDCAMP

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    The Utopian Into The Grey is a story about a future world. Technology has outrun most of the people, and everyone has to take care of themselves. You live from job to job, you meet creatures so upgraded with machinery that they are only vaguely human anymore.  DIGITAL on BANDCAMP  ITUNES AMAZON

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    Music inspired by the Dresden Files. A gloomy breeze roams the streets of the city. Monstrous shadows creep across eyeless windows. Night has fallen, and it is raining.  Music CD 79:48 Min 

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Music for adventure in your mind.

Erdenstern professionally compose and produce soundtracks for roleplaying games. Our music resembles movie scores when it comes to being an emotional, musical backdrop for different situations, while we also take great care for the versatility in different game systems and the musical independence of the composition.

Erdenstern: Andreas Petersen, Eva-Maria Irek und Per Dittmann (von rechts)